Michael Pribich - Update

Hello Everybody,  
It’s late September, and I really should be back at school… But good things are happening with my art in the world and I want to share them with you: 
Portal Governors Island Art Fair:  My installations Border, and Techo are included here in building 407-B.   It has been has been an exciting venue.   Today I gave a presentation there, and it went well.    The show continues until 9-29. https://4heads.org/governors-island-art-fair-2018/

Medgar Evers College, I am participating in the Latinx Heritage exhibition with work from Sugarland which looks at the sugar-labor industry.   The Evolution of Latinx Identity, Charles Inniss Library, 1650 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, 11225.  Reception 9-26, 5:30-7:30pm

Ali Youssefi Project –  Beginning 10-1 I will be in residency at Verge Studios in Sacramento as part of the Ali Youssefi Project.  I am the first recipient of this award, and I’m excited to go home to Sacramento for 3 months to work. https://www.aliyoussefiproject.com/artist-in-residency-program
Mighty Few:  I just returned from Crow Agency, Montana where I met with Harold Male Bear Stone, tribal Senator from the Wyola, Mighty Few district.   We continue talking about my participation as artist and culture worker in the community there.   I also met with Charlene Johnson from Plenty Doors Community Development Corporation https://www.facebook.com/Plenty-Doors-Community-Development-Corporation-171102403708259/with the same intention.   Charlene and Plenty Doors create business-educational opportunities on the reservation. https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlene-y-johnson-b1438b20/
Central Asia Institute:https://centralasiainstitute.org/about-us-central-asia-institute/  While in Montana I visited with this remarkable organizartion headquarted in Bozeman.  They do important work in Central Asia including Badakhshan, Tajikistan where I have completed video projects that look at harvest labor. https://vimeo.com/199177453.    Central Asia Institute provides funding for education programs, as well as the school buildings themselves.  Their work targets mostly girls, and they have a ton of data that supports the benefit of this largess.  
Thats it.  Thank you for supportng me.  It means a lot. 
Best, Michael